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Who can recommend a software?

Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by amotion, Nov 17, 2002.

  1. amotion

    amotion Member

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    I'm urgent to get a DVD playing software and a DVD converting software. But I can't decide which is worth buying. Who can recommend them? Thanks!
     
  2. Biosgain

    Biosgain Guest

    I can well recommend powerDVD 4 for playing dvd`s on your PC.
     
  3. Miek

    Miek Guest

    YUCK!, personally hate PowerDVD. I thought it was good when i first got my DVD drive for my PC. After using WinDVD i realized how cheesey of software powerDVD is. There's even a picture quality difference. Try them yourself to see which you perfer, but i would def say WinDVD is the way to go.
     
  4. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    WinDVD is probably the best dvd software player in existance. As for DVD converting software, you need to be more specific. D'you mean dvd to dvd-r or vcd/svcd. Check out the guides on this website (under DVD option in the left navbar) becuase the software they use is the best for quality ( i mean best for free software now.)

    If you are serious about quality then you should thing about getting the Cinema Craft Encoder or for a lot less get TMPGEnc Plus.
     
  5. soban

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    windvd rocks. lots of option and contro. easy interaction.
     
  6. risky4me

    risky4me Guest

    So I'm not the only one who noticed a difference! I have both and was surprised by the difference. At least on my machine WinDVD appears to have a higher quality image level!? Go figure. Menus are menus, who cares. But the video is what it's all about. I like WinDVD better!
     

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